Vessels for the Master’s Use {11/300}


January 30

Daily Proverb:

The mouth of a righteous man is a well of life,

but violence covereth the mouth of the wicked.

Proverbs 10:11


Daily Bible Reading:

Genesis 20

Psalm 12



Inspiring Hymns #11


Wonderful birth, to a manger He came, made in the likeness of man, to proclaim God’s boundless love for a world sick with sin, pleading with sinners to let Him come in.

Wonderful life, full of service so free, friend to the poor and the needy was He; Unfailing goodness on all He bestowed, undying faith in the vilest He showed.

Wonderful death, for it meant not defeat, Calvary made His great mission complete, wrought our redemption, and when He arose, banished forever the last of our foes.

Wonderful hope, He is coming again, coming as King o’er the nations to reign; Glorious promise, His Word cannot fail, His righteous kingdom at last must prevail!

Chorus:          Wonderful name He bears,   Wonderful crown He wears,   Wonderful blessings His triumphs afford;    Wonderful Calvary,    Wonderful grace for me,    Wonderful love of my Wonderful Lord!

Words: A.H. Ackley

Music:  A.H. Ackley

Copyright, 1938, by the Rodeheaver Company.

Copyright 1951

Singspiration, Inc.


2 thoughts on “Vessels for the Master’s Use {11/300}

  1. Being Woven says:

    Firstly, I can almost …almost smell that Magnolia blossom. Oh, the lovely fragrance of God’s Magnolia flowers.
    And, Joyce, that hymn is powerful. It is one I have never sung before, but the words are so fine. I imagine the tune is beautiful. I shall have to look for it on Cyberhymnal of some such.
    I wish you a weekend filled with the sweet fragrance of the Lord.
    Caring through Christ, ~ linda


    • thesilverofhisfining says:

      It is unfamiliar to me as well, Linda, though this is the hymnal used throughout my growing up years. Let me know if you can’t find it, and I’ll take a pic of the music for you. You enjoy your weekend too 🙂 ~ Joyce


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